For your consideration is a rarely seen early American tiger maple watchmaker's double oil pot, circa early to mid-1800s. The wood is lathe turned with a snug lift-off lid which exposes a cut and polished carnelian glass oil pot. The unit lifts off the base to expose a second carnelian glass oil pot. The wood retains an early (may be original) dark rich finish and the tiger maple may be seen where the original finish is thinnest from use (see photos). The holder measures 2" tall with a 2" diameter base. The oil pots are 0.65 inches in dimeter. The lower oil pot is not secured to the base and afforded the opportunity to show the old glass underside. In excellent condition.
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